Based on the on-going manga/anime, the game is in development for PS4 and PC.
In the midst of releases like Code Vein, My Hero Academia: One’s Justice and God Eater 3, Bandai Namco has added another anime-esque release to that calendar with Black Clover Project Knights. Based on Yuuki Tabata’s on-going manga of the same name (that was later adapted into an anime), Black Clover Project Knights will be releasing in Asia, Japan and the West in 2018. A full reveal will be coming on December 18th so we can learn more about the same.
Basically, the story focuses on Asta, a boy without magic in a world full of magic users. He’s tied to Yuno who possesses strong magic and at the age of 15, the latter actually receives a grimoire to become a Magic Knight.
Upon encountering a thief that tries to steal the grimoire, Asta finally manifests his own ability which can cancel out magic. As both characters train together, they eventually compete for the title of Wizard King. Black Clover Project Knights will be coming to PS4 and PC. You can check out the announcement trailer below to see how it looks.